Police and Government Center Needs Analysis
A key objective contained in the 2013 Creve Coeur Strategic Plan is addressing the City’s long-term facilities needs. In December, 2013, the City Council authorized Bond Architects to conduct a Government Center Needs Analysis Final Report, and subsequently established the Government Center Needs Analysis Task Force. The needs study identified building deficiencies and a variety of options for addressing the city’s long-term facilities needs.
Six options in total were presented; ranging from minor renovations to the existing building, tearing down the Government Center and replacing it with a new building, moving to a new location and renovating an existing building or construction a new one. The Government Center Needs Analysis Task Force and City Council deliberated all the options to find the most cost-efficient means to address the necessities outlined in the Feasibility Study. They ultimately proposed the construction of a new Police Station to the north of the existing Government Center, a new access road from Magna Carta and renovations to the Government Center.
Project Cost and Financing
The estimated cost of the new Police Station, including all site
Financing for a subsequent renovation to the Government Center, estimated at $5.5 million, would not require a tax increase, with existing reserves and capital improvement fund revenues serving as the proposed revenue sources.
View more information on the cost and financing.
November 2016 : Proposition P (November 8)
2017: Design/Engineering/Financing Police Station
February 2018: Police Station Construction Begins
August 2019: Police Station Construction Completed
- Government Center Space Needs Feasibility Study – April 23, 2014
- Presentation to Planning and Zoning Commission – April 18, 2016
- Police Station Concept Elevations – April 18, 2016
- Meeting Minutes – Needs Analysis Task Force
Resident Newsletter Articles
- Citizens to Vote on Proposition P November 8 - October 2016
- Council Considers Prop P for November 8 - September 2016
- New Police Facility Would Improve Safety, Efficiency - August 2016
- New Police Facility would Improve Emergency Operations - July 2016
- City Council Considering New Police Station – May 2016
- New Police Station Under Consideration – December 2015
- Council Considers Options for Facilities Improvements – October 2015
- Council Considers Facility Needs – February 2015
- Needs Analysis Complete – July 2014
For more information, contact Mark Perkins, City Administrator, at (314) 872-2515.